A Las Vegas woman, Roxanne Rubin, 56, learned her fate after being arrested for intentionally attempted to vote twice. Her conviction is believed to be the only conviction for voter fraud relating to the 2012 election.
You may remember Roxanne Rubin, a registered Republican, as she was covered in this column previously immediately following her arrest in early Nov. 2012. FBI agents descended upon her place of employment, a casino, and took her into custody.
As part of a plea agreement that will reduce the charges of felony voter fraud to misdemeanor disorderly conduct Rubin has been ordered to pay $2,500 in restitution, perform 100 hours of community service, and take an impulse control class.
Nevada Attorney General Deputy Jeffrey Segal prosecuted Rubin's case and according to CBS.com is satisfied with the outcome saying it was "a just resolution, given this particular defendant and this particular case."
Segal went on to say that Roxanne Rubin was the only person arrested and prosecuted for voter fraud in 2012.
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